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1.

His voice was a dagger of corroded brass.

2.

"You held your breath and the door for me."

3.

00086; Jingle bell, jingle bells, jingle all the way.

4.

00076; ...is the interplay between the logical and nominal meaning of a word.

5.

00074;  When utter disaster seems imminent, my whole being is simultaneously braced to avoid it.

6.

00071; It was the best of times - it was the worst of times...

7.

If I can’t buy that new game, I will die.

8.

 00071;  Do not use big words. They mean so little.

9.

00083; Bookcases covering one wall boasted a half-shelf of literature.

10.

...is based on a different type of relation between the dictionary and contextual meaning

11.

  • Time is a thief.

  • He has a heart of gold.

12.

00072; What is the good of sitting on the throne when other fellows give all the orders?

13.

00065;  May's mother always stood on her gentility, and Dot's mother never stood on anything but her active little feet.

14.

...is a structure of three components presented in a stylistic device extremely popular at all times.

15.

00075;  On the following afternoon in he blew, looking bronzed and fit.

16.

She had a photographic memory but never developed it.

17.

00068; You, lean, long, lanky lath of a lousy bastard!

18.

I am so hungry I could eat a horse.

19.

00081;  Leaving Daniel to his fate, she was conscious of "joy springing" in her heart.

20.

A figure of speech that uses "like" or "as" to compare to dissimilar things is called:

21.

00067;  Her painful shoes slipped off.

22.

00087; Dreadful young creatures-squealing and squaw king.

23.

00084; He swallowed the hint with a gulp and a gasp and a grin.

24.

00098; "Hello darkness, my old friend I've come to talk with you again . . .."

25.

00082;  There you are at your tricks again. The rest of them do earn their bread; you live on my charity.

26.

Sally sells seashells by the seashore. This is an example of:

27.

00092;  Poetic words belong to...

28.

...expresses a characteristic of an object, both existing and imaginary

29.

He lost his coat and his temper.

30.

00079;  ...is a two-component structure in which two negations are joined to give a positive evaluation.

31.

00069; "Sh-sh" "But I am whispering". This continual shushing annoyed him.

32.

00070;  I was violently sympathetic, as usual.

33.

00094; Foreignisms belong to...

34.

00091;  Jargonisms belong to ...

35.

00093; Neologisms belong to...

36.

00097; "Hope is the things with feathersThat perches on the soul,And sings the tune without wordsAnd never stops at all."(Emily Dickinson)This poem contains an example of:

37.

00077;  ...is stylistic device the cyntactical and semantic structure of which come to clashes.

38.

....is based on the principles of identification of two objects.

39.

00085; Woman are not made for attack. Wait they must.

40.

...has the function of intensufying one certain property of the object described.

41.

He bought her story and a beer.

42.

00080;  ...is the repetition of identical or similar terminal sound combinations of words.

43.

00073;   In the days of old men made manners. Manners now make men.

44.

00064; I love plants. Each slender stalk is a green life rope.

45.

00089; Last but not least.

46.

00088; Streaked by a quarter moon, the Mediterranean shushed gently into the beach.

47.

00066;  New York has poorest millionaires, the littlest great men, the laughiest beggars, the plainest beauties, the lowest skyscrapers, the dolefulest pleasures of any town I ever saw

48.

00096; "Purple puppies like playing on the playground." This is an example of:

49.

00078;   ...is semantic opposition emphasized by its realization in similar structures

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00095; Vulgarisms belong to...


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